As per Variety, the latest delay for 'F9' means it will premiere more than 12 months after originally intended. The movie was initially scheduled for last summer, but Universal bumped back the release date first to April 2, 2021
According to Variety, the news comes hours after 'No Time to Die' delayed its release from November to April 2, 2021, which was the original date for 'F9.' Universal, the studio behind the high-octane franchise, is distributing the Bond film internationally.
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